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Cradle Mountain

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The southerly minor peak (Smithies Peak) of Cradle Mountain over Dove Lake. Glacier Rock protrudes into Dove Lake, behind Cradle Mountain is shrouded by cloud. Cradle Mountain under cloud backdrops Dove Lake. Setting sun highlights the misty low cloud and the mountains by the road down to Cradle Mountain national park. Small creek lined by a mossy bank. Dove Lake glimpsed through the mossy trees. Spotted quoll, dasyurus maculate, endangered marsupial. Wild flower growing out of the button grass. Textures of Weindorfer’s Forest, moss covered tree trunk. Textures of an old tree, enhanced by a piece of Spanish Moss. Lichen covered and rotting away, old split log fence. Misty cliff face rising from Dove Lake to Cradle Plateau. Rays of the setting sun light the mountains. Lichen covered old split log fence post. Moss and orange lichen cover a tree trunk in Weindorfer’s Forest. Small tree covered islet in misty Dove Lake. Cascade from Cradle Plateau. Rocky face catching a bit of weak sun over Dove Lake and the Honeymoon Islands. Moss covered tree trunk in Weindorfer’s Forest. Low sun setting behind lights up the trees under a cover of darkening clouds. Split log fence and small tarn, evening low light produced a soft image. Northern end of Dove Lake, just after sunrise, a weak glow of sun visible. Tasmanian snowgum stands on the edge of the clear water of Dove Lake. Moss covered rotting tree in Weindorfer’s Forest. Stunted and twisted trees and grasses lining Dove Lake. Panoramic view to the south from Waldheim. The old boatshed on Dove Lake in the still of early morning. Weindorfer’s hut. Tasmanian Devil, sarcophilus harrisii, crunches his way through a wallaby leg. Image 704604, rays of the setting sun light the mountains, photo manipulated to accentuate the natural sun rays.

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